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College of Communication and the Arts Announces its Fall Schedule of Graduate Information Sessions  

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During these virtual sessions, prospective CommArts graduate students can engage with the individual program directors and learn more about each program, the application process and scholarship opportunities.

Building on the success of its spring and summer series, Seton Hall's College of Communication and the Arts is excited to announce its fall information session schedule. During these virtual sessions, prospective graduate students will be able to learn more about each program, engage with the individual program directors, and learn about the application process and scholarship opportunities.

The College currently offers graduate-level programs in Museum Professions and Communication, including the opportunity to pursue a unique area of study, including options in Public Relations, Digital Communication/Communication Technologies, and Communication in Organizations. In addition, four dual-degree options, including three accelerated master's/B.A. programs and a dual M.A. degree with the School of Diplomacy and International Relations are offered.

"The information sessions are the start of building the foundation of relationships with students," said Renee Robinson, Ph.D., Communication Professor and Program Director. "Not only is this a good opportunity for students, but also a way for us to learn more about our prospective students." Museum Professions Faculty Associate and Program Director Gregory Stevens, M.A.T. added that the "information sessions are a great way for students from all backgrounds and varied academic experiences to connect virtually."

The College also offers a Graduate Student Experience Information Session for all majors. This infosession provides an introduction to Graduate Studies within the College of Communication and the Arts. Attendees can find out more about the expectations of graduate school, including the philosophy and pedagogical reactions and ideas, as well as consider how their individual academic backgrounds and interests fit with pursuing a graduate degree.

To register for an upcoming information session, please visit the respective registration pages for each program:

Additional program dates are being added frequently, so check back often!

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For more information, please contact:

  • Ryan Hudes
  • (973) 275-4844
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